Which of the following determines the media access method that is used in a network?
A. Number of hosts connected to the network
B. Number of domain servers on the segment
C. Maximum speed of the media
D. Topology and protocols
The protocol that maps IP addresses to a Media Access Control (MAC) address is:
A. Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP).
B. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
C. Routing Information Protocol (RIP).
D. User Datagram Protocol (UDP).
E. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).
Answer(s): EQUESTION: 7
Which IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi networking standard requires dual antennas so it can run in all of its
Tracert is used to:
A. Manage routing tables dynamically.
B. Manage session-oriented connections between nodes.
C. Report the route taken by packets across an IP network.
D. Report the shortest route between different networks.
One reason to incorporate VLANs in a network is to:
A. Increase the number of available IP addresses.
B. Increase the number of available Media Access Control (MAC) addresses.
C. Reduce the number of broadcast domains.